Education and scientific research in Canada

Steps towards learning and conducting research in Canada

Get official information on training and research opportunities in Canada at any educational level on our website Education in Canada:

  • Select the program and institution that match your interests.
  • Find out how much it costs to study in Canada according to your criteria.
  • Determine the need to obtain a training permit and other documents needed to enter Canada.
  • Find out about the availability of scholarships for international students and researchers with outstanding achievements.
  • Find out about job opportunities for students and graduates.

Why Canada?

Canadian reputation is based on the quality of education and recognized excellence of the whole educational system. Canadian diplomas are valued worldwide. International experts on education often choose Canada for research, collaboration and partnership. The reasons for that are as follows:

1. Pupils of primary and secondary schools (K-12) of Canada are consistently in the top five in the world in reading, mathematics and science within the International Programme on Student Assessment conducted by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. Foreign students are immersed in the culture medium with an emphasis on student-centered learning.

2. Canadian universities are among the best in the world. In 2012, 4 Canadian universities were included in the top 100 of the Shanghai ranking ARWU and 22 were in the top 500, 3 universities were included in the top 50 rankings of universities QS and 20 - in the top 500 of the rankings, five universities in the top 100 best universities in the world according to the Times and 8 – among 200 of the best schools, marked with this rating.

3. Our universities are involved in more than 5,000 active international cooperation agreements with partners around the world.

4. Canadian colleges, polytechnic, general and vocational colleges in Quebec (CÉGEPs) offer career-oriented programs that meet the needs of the economy and have a high and growing level of applied research aimed at solving economic problems. Over 90% of college graduates in Canada are employed in their field within six months after graduation, and 93% of employers are satisfied with the quality of graduates’ training.
5. Language schools in Canada are the leaders in language training at all levels, providing a wide range of programs in English and French for further studies, personal development and business training.

Useful resources on education in Canada

 

1. Site Education in Canada is a comprehensive resource for international students and researchers who want to study in Canada. Find everything you need to achieve your educational and research purposes.
2. Contact the Mission of Canada in your country to learn more about applying for a study permit, temporary resident visa, or the duration and cost of the proceedings.

3. Canadian Information Centre for International certificates (CICIC) is the only gateway for international students and professionals, it contains information on studying in Canada, employment in Canada and the recognition and appreciation of foreign certificates. CICIC is a member of the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC).

4. Website "Studying in Canada" - an opportunity to receive an excellent education, cultural diversity is a recognized academic degree in the world.

 

More information on education and youth programs in Canada

 - Scholarships: International scholarships for the best and brightest international students and researchers to study and conduct research in Canada.

- Work and travel in Canada: Have you ever dreamed of living and working in another country? International Experience in Canada provides information on travelling and working opportunities in Canada for up to one year.

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